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Action Plan against Prostitution and Human Trafficking for Sexual Purposes, Government Communication 2007/08:167, effective 2008-2010
(available in Swedish and presented in English as ‘Against Prostitution and Human Trafficking forSexual Purposes’ by the Ministry of  Education and Research, 2009)

Action Plan to Combat Men’s Violence against Women, Violence and Oppression in the Name of Honour and Violence in Same-Sex Relations, Government Communication 2007/08:39, effective 2008-2010
(available in Swedish and presented in English by the Ministry of Education and Research, 2009)

Action Plan to Prevent and Hinder Young People Being Married against Their Will, Government Communication 2009/10:229
(available in Swedish only)

Poverty and Trafficking in Human Beings: a strategy for combating trafficking in human beings through Swedish international development cooperation (published by Department for Global Development, 2003)

National Guidelines for the work against prostitution and human trafficking for sexual purposes (Prepared by the County Administrative Board of Stockholm in cooperation with the National Method Support Team against prostitution and human trafficking, NMT, 2011)
(available in Swedish and a supplement in February 2012)

National Task Force against prostitution and human trafficking, NMT,‘Human Trafficking and Prostitution – from a Swedish perspective’, 2010

An approach to combating human trafficking (Prepared by the StockholmCounty Police, 2011)

Sex for compensation – educational material on support and protection to children and young persons (Prepared by the National Board of Health and Welfare, 2011) – (available in Swedish only)

New legislation on sexual crimes Ministry of Justice Ju 05.07e June 2005, Fact sheet

Parents and children – information about current legislation (Prepared by the Ministry of Justice, 2008)

Exchange of good practices on gender equality – awareness-raisingactivities to fight violence against women and girls / Comments paper –Sweden (The report has been prepared by the EC Justice, 2012)